Mitch: "...Where am I? Oh, that's right. In bed with a horrible teen."
She touches Tina's hair and starts talking to her as though she were dead Rosie, and finally Tina wakes up.
Tina: "Oh, we're doing this now? Okay, fine."
Mitch: "Oh my God, I am not going to have sex with you! Stop being weird! Now just lie there and pretend I'm your mommy, and I am going to lie here and pretend you're my dead daughter."
Mayor on TV: "I'm just asking questions, not implying anything! When I say that Darren Richmond refuses to discuss that night he 'didn't kill' that little girl, I'm just saying it's interesting. I certainly don't mean to suggest..."
Gwen: "This tool."
The phone rings; nobody says anything at first.
Darren: "Sushi or falafel?"
Gwen: "Chicken shawarma, actually."
Darren: "We know little things about each other from working together and being lovers. Hey, how's your dad?"
Gwen: "Uh. How's Jamie?"
Darren: "He's exhibiting ... maternal instincts."
Gwen: "Call me if he tries to breastfeed you."
Darren: "No, um, comment. Hey, do you wanna come work for me? I can't promise I won't randomly be a dick some more. I do tend to punish people for abandoning me, as part of my whole Orpheus metaphor."
Gwen: "As long as we can sigh and feel bad about everything, all the time, for the whole rest of our lives."
Darren: "Good to have you back. In a nonromantic sense."
A dude is replacing the lights in the hallway, as featured on a previous episode where Sarah thought she was being stalked but she wasn't. Or was she.
Jack: "I was sick and dying yesterday, remember, so I may have done poorly on this quiz today."
Sarah: "Show it to me. The quiz."
Jack: "Psych, I totally did great."
Sarah: "Man, I am about to act so awkward. I will clomp around with a huge goofy overbite grin and search my complex system of suitcases for a magnet with which to affix this quiz to the refrigerator in our kitchenette, all the while talking about parents and parenting as though they are a British TV show and I am only familiar with the failed American version that was cancelled after three episodes. It will unexpectedly be the most depressing and affecting moment in the episode, because nobody ever wanted to be a better parent than Sarah Linden, or had less to work with."